Tonight: The Oxford American Pop-Up Shop and more at 4th Friday in SoMA | Rock Candy

Friday, February 26, 2016

Tonight: The Oxford American Pop-Up Shop and more at 4th Friday in SoMA

Posted By on Fri, Feb 26, 2016 at 11:11 AM

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Tonight marks the return of 4th Friday in SoMa, a new monthly event organized by businesses on South Main Street, which will stay open later than usual to accommodate the local community and showcase SoMa's latest offerings. The Root Cafe will be serving dinner until 9 p.m., Loblolly Creamery will be up and running until 8 p.m. — other participating restaurants include Midtown Billiards, Raduno Brick Oven & Barroom, South on Main and Community Bakery.

One particular highlight tonight is that the Oxford American magazine will be opening a pop-up shop in the downstairs OA Annex (adjacent to South on Main), and will be selling records, books and magazines (including rare back-issues), 4-8 p.m. Other stores and business taking part include South Main Creative, Esse Purse Museum, the Green Corner Store & Soda Fountain, MOXY Modern Mercantile, Sweet Home Furnishings and more.

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